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Kristy Errera-Solomon

Teaching Artist Statement
Each student is unique and needs to be nurtured in a way that best strengthens the teacher/student relationship. I give my all at every lesson and expect the same of my students. We work hard and play even harder, laughing throughout our lessons, yet learning the entire way! Singing is more than just the sound that comes out of our vocal folds, but more the stories that we tell through song. I am there to support that emotional exploration and character development as well as teach a healthy vocal technique.

Teaching Bio
Vocal pedagogue Kristy Errera-Solomon has taught opera, theater, Jazz, and Rock students, as well as rooms-full of cooing babies. 

Before joining the vocal and Music Together faculty of the SSC, Mrs. Errera-Solomon taught Kindermusik in Norwell, MA, trained a studio of private voice students from her home, and was on voice faculty of the Boston Conservatory Vocal/Choral Intensive in the summers of 2008 and 09.

From 2004 to 2009 Mrs. Errera-Solomon worked at The Boston Conservatory as their Director of Admissions, a position through which she was able to help countless young aspiring musicians, actors, and dancers take steps closer to their professional goals. Mrs. Errera-Solomon has adjudicated thousands of auditions and has presented her knowledge of Performing Arts Admissions at a number of national Classical Singer Conventions.

Mrs. Errera-Solomon, a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, holds a Bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Boston University and a Master’s degree in vocal pedagogy from the Boston Conservatory.  She lives in Hull, Massachusetts with her husband, percussionist Samuel Solomon, and son, Nicolas.

Performance Bio
Coloratura Kristy Errera-Solomon has performed throughout the country in opera, theater, and religious ceremonies. Mrs. Errera-Solomon worked extensively in California with Orange County Opera's outreach program, performing over 200 shows in two years as Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia and Olympia in Les Contes D'Hoffman.  Additional past engagements include Emmie in Albert Herring, Frasquita in Carmen, Musetta in La Bohéme, Gianetta in The Gondoliers, Gabrielle in La Vie Parisienne, Maria in West Side Story, and Cunégonde in Candide

Mrs. Errera-Solomon holds a Bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Boston University and a Master’s degree in vocal pedagogy from the Boston Conservatory.  She lives in Hull, Massachusetts with her husband, percussionist Samuel Solomon, and son, Nicolas.